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With no ready replacement after Libor’s expected demise, what can treasurers expect in terms of a working rate benchmark. CT waltzes you through one option being worked on in Australia.
With the world's key interest rate benchmark set to disappear as soon as 2021, those expecting an easy transition risk a rude awakening, a top Australian official says.
Treasurers have a duty to keep tax costs down—and often use complicated structures to do so—but where do they draw the line? A fresh report reveals the common structures used by aged care providers to reduce tax.
As cash-strapped banks offer high rates for long-term deposits, a wise treasurer tell CT he's sticking to one-month deposits. After all, rates can only go up as liquidity is squeezed further.
While a cut to banks' reserve requirements should lower borrowing costs, a change to wealth management rules will do the opposite. It's all about getting borrowers away from so-called 'shadow banks'.
As the Bank of England sounds the long-expected death knell for the London interbank offered rate. CT looks at the implications of the new Sonia benchmark for treasurers.
While today's technology makes it possible to process payments instantly, deep-rooted issues such as reconciliation, AML, compliance and FX seriously hamper banks’ abilities to evolve.
The RBI will let non-residents participate in the interest rate swap markets, introduce a mandatory loan component in working capital finance and allow rupee 'swaptions'
CFOs and treasurers see one-month Hibor rising to 1.5% by June from 0.85% now; this might be a good time to use IRS to lock in the interest rate.
As tycoon Li Ka-shing steps down, we take a look under the hood of the company's financials and assess how it approaches some evergreen treasury challenges.